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BRITISH VALUES

In education, British values are promoted as part of the wider goal of preparing young people to become responsible citizens who contribute positively to society.

 

The Department for Education has identified four key areas where British values are particularly relevant to education:

  • Democracy: Schools are expected to teach students about the importance of democracy and the democratic process. This includes understanding how elections work, the role of Parliament, and the importance of participation in civic life.

  • Rule of law: Schools are expected to teach students about the rule of law and its importance in maintaining a fair and just society. This includes understanding the legal system, the role of the police, and the consequences of breaking the law.

  • Individual liberty: Schools are expected to teach students about individual liberty and the importance of freedom of speech, expression, and belief. This includes promoting mutual respect and tolerance for those with different beliefs and lifestyles.

  • Mutual respect and tolerance: Schools are expected to teach students about the importance of respecting and valuing differences between individuals and groups. This includes promoting understanding of different cultures and beliefs, and challenging discrimination and prejudice.

These values are embedded throughout the Apprenticeship, to actively promote British values and to demonstrate how they are being promoted through our policies, training delivery, and day-to-day practices.

Bill Fitzpatrick

Designated Safeguarding Officer

Bill@oracletrainingsolutions.co.uk

Rachel Wilson

Deputy Safeguarding Officer

rachel@oracletrainingsolutions.co.uk

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